Painting

A battle of brushes

“I thought it might have been spam.”Continue...

Social distancing, but make it artsy

Last Friday, Queen’s halted classes and transitioned to online courses to minimize the spread of Coronavirus. With students returning home and social distancing recommendations in effect, campus arts events are in peril.Continue...

Undergraduate Review to host art gallery pop-up

Queen’s oldest arts and literature publication, Undergraduate Review , ventures into new territory.Continue...

Breanna Gordon finds her passion in painting humanity’s downfall

What started as a passionless pursuit of technical art skills for Breanna Gordon (BFA ’20) has turned into a labour of love during her years at Queen’s.Continue...

Dumpsters to decorate campus this Sustainability Week

This Sustainability Week, Queen’s campus will be colourfully decorated with environmentally themed paintings on an unlikely canvas—dumpsters.Continue...

Loving Vincent is a stunning visual achievement

After creating more than 860 oil paintings over the span of eight years, Vincent van Gogh died an unknown painter from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. To even begin to unwrap the many layers of this complex artist is difficult. To make a film about his death is nearly impossible.Continue...

Part-time renowned artist, full-time 13-year-old

Evan Sharma has loved art his whole 13-year-old life, but he really started his signature style of using vibrant colours when he was “around nine or 10.”Continue...

Raine Storey, a force to be reckoned with

Raine Storey, full-time Fine Arts Honours student, owner of her own business and freelance artist, is ready to take the world by storm.Continue...

Powerful paintings showcased in the JDUC

An art show last Saturday night, hosted by Queen’s Half The Sky has a simple message of female empowerment.Continue...

Painting and crocheting tricolour

Sometimes, with the right amount of encouragement, a hobby can flourish into a crafty business.

School-spirited gear is nothing new at Tricolour Outlet, located on the second floor of the...Continue...